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As is often the case in this area, we jumped from the briefest of springs directly into
summer! There's always plenty of fun to go around; here are a few hot ideas from
local folks.
Summer is a big wedding season, and many local grooms take great comfort in relying
on the expertise of
Hartman Jewelers, an Old Town Warrenton mainstay since 1994,
when selecting an engagement ring.
"We've worked hard on our bridal selection," says owner David Hartman. "We have
some amazing sapphires and emeralds in stock, as well as diamonds of all sizes up to
three carats." In addition to offering diamond engagement rings in a variety of styles,
David often custom designs rings using computer-aided design (CAD) software,
through which he can provide realistic photos of the potential end product. No need to
leave town to fi nd a one-of-a-kind ring--or other fi ne jewelry piece--for a loved one.
Hartman Jewelers can create it for you! To learn more, call
(540) 349-4123.
Summer is also the time to enjoy being outside, and the experienced team of Andrea
Schmidt, Craig Foote, and Mary Loonam of
Promise Landscape can design and
install an outdoor living space that exceeds your wildest dreams.
Andrea points out that in addition to producing and following through on installing
an outstanding design that perfectly meets your needs while being appropriate for
your landscape, they have the ability to create a master plan that can be completed
in phases according to your budget, priorities, and "buildability." For example, she
explains that it makes sense to install hardscape items (such as patios) fi rst while
plantings tend to be the fi nishing touches to any landscape. Regardless of what you
choose, you're guaranteed their promise of creativity, quality, and professionalism. To
learn more, call
(540) 454-7826.
And if things heat up too much, you can always call the
Marshall Volunteer Fire
and Rescue Department to put out the fl ames! Chief Eddie Payne explains that the
department is a fairly recent merger of the fi re department, which was incorporated in
1942, and the rescue squad, established in 1967.
The Marshall native has been the chief for nearly 20 years and a member for 43
years. The department responds to calls well beyond Marshall, including Rectortown,
Delaplane, Hume, Markham, and Interstate 66 from mile marker 31 to the Warren
County line. When he's not overseeing the all-volunteer department, Chief Payne
stays busy with his trucking business, which hauls sand, gravel, topsoil, and mulch
throughout Fauquier, Loudoun, and Prince William counties. To learn more, call
(540) 364-2047.
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Fauquier County Fair (July 11-14) Schedule of Events
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